Willie Franklin will be joining us for a Gospel Meeting March 3-5. The topic of the meeting will be “THE LAST DAYS”.
Sunday Morning Bible Study 10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Monday and Tuesday Evenings 7:00 PM
A meal will be provided after the Sunday Mornimg Worship Service and refreshments will be provided after each Evening Service.
Come and join us for a study of Gods Word and great fellowship.
BRING A FRIEND!
You are invited to come and Worship with us. This group of Christians meet every Sunday morning for Bible Study at 10:00 am with Worship Service beginning at 10:45 am. The evening service begins at 6:00 pm.
We also meet every Wednesday evening for bible study and devotional at 7:00 pm.
The second Sunday of the month is our pot luck meal day immediately following the morning service. We also meet on the third Wednesday evening of the month for singing and meal time. We use these times to enjoy each others fellowship and to get to know each other better.
Please come and Worship with us!
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Jonathan Zerby from Sunray, Tx brought us a very good lesson on Community and the Church, how they fit together and how we are never alone.
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Dr. Bradley Whinery brought us a very informative lesson on warning labels in Gods Word and what happens if we ignore them.
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Tim Lewis is a faithful member of the Lords church and the preaching minister at the North MacArthur Church of Christ. He has worked in a ministry setting since earning his master’s degree in ministry at Oklahoma Christian. Tim and his wife, Tawni, have two daughters, Macy and Callie, and one son, Ryder. He has recently written a book entitled, The Domino Effect: Changing your life One Decision at a Time.
We will be having guest preachers to visit on Wednesday evening services. The program will run from the 1st of June to the end of August. The preachers that have been lined up are a powerhouse of knowledge.
June 1 Eric Houck, El Dorado, Ok
June 8 Chuck Milner, Reydon, Ok
June 15 Singing & Meal
June 29 Wayne Roberts, Oklahoma City, Ok
July 6 Steve Minor, Kingfisher, OK
July 13 Dr. Bradley Whinery, Elk City, Ok
July 20 Singing & Meal
July 27 Dean Whaley, Amarillo, Tx
August 3 Johathan Zerby, Sunray, Tx
August 10 Johathan Hagar, Cheyenne, Ok
August 17 Singing & Meal
August 24 Rod Minor, Elk City, Ok
August 31 Michael Elrod, Ovilla, Ok
Come and join us for a great evening of fellowship and Worship to God.
Eulon Hollingsworth decided on Monday to become a child of God. Our baptistery is under construction so the church at 2nd and Adams in Elk was gracious enough to let us use theirs. Eulon is a great guy and has decided late in life to give his life to Jesus. Let us all support him and be there for him as he continues his walk with God.
We are starting off the month of September in a great way with the choice of Ean Price to become a child of God.
With everything going on in the world today, we need all the warriors for God we can get. Congrats to you Ean.
“We can all relate to having crummy days but not in the same way. Children beloved by God have the distinct advantage of resting in the arms of the God of all creation through the crummiest of days.” When there seems to be no good way to move forward. When I am overwhelmed and bombarded with the stress of paying bills, keeping up appearances, changing circumstances, or uncertainty my nature is to close up and try not to move. It is as if I think of what I fear as a T-Rex from Jurassic Park. But in not moving I limit God. While refusing to move I deny God by not running into His arms. Father God, give me courage to run into Your arms when I feel as though I can’t move. Thank You for the refuge You give to Your saints. It never ceases to amaze me that every time I trust in You I don’t fall or fail. Thank You, Amen. Have a blessed day!!!
Some want to separate Christianity from anything physical. Saying, “Salvation can never come about from a physical act,” “We are saved by grace so there is no need to do anything,” or “Now that I am a Christian it doesn’t matter how I live.” As “spiritual” as Christianity is, God created us to live in a physical realm for a short life time. Through this understanding it is completely plausible that what we do physically matters to our God who put us here. “Constantly bearing in mind your work of faith and labor of love and steadfastness of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ in the presence of our God and Father” (1 Thessalonians 1:3). Have a blessed day!!